The frame is made from metal (breechblock) and impact resistant plastic. A 750 mAh lithium-ion accumulator provides up to 10 hours of continuous operation. During the development process, we managed to achieve full integration of the electronics into the frame in order to make the blaster authentic. We have made sure there is no backlash. There is just one distinction from the original Yarigin pistol. It is that there is a Picatinny rail at the bottom of the play guns barrel. It allows modernizing the weapons with a tactical torch or a laser aim finder.
The switch button is hidden at the bottom of the magazine. You will find a charger jack next to it. The pistol is reloaded by pulling the trigger at the bottom section of the breechblock. It took us a month to develop the unique trigger mechanism, which has been extensively tested. Due to the new integration technology, speaker holes on the frame are no longer required. The microswitches have been hidden inside the blaster.